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Barbara Honegger and Richard Gage AIA discuss 9/11 Grand Jury—and the evidence before it

Listen HERE Two leading lights of 9/11 research and activism—Barbara Honegger and Richard Gage AIA of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth—discuss the Lawyers Committee for 9/11 Inquiry and the Grand Jury that is being empaneled to investigate unsolved crimes of September 11, 2001—especially the obvious controlled demolitions of the three World Trade Center high-rises. (Barbara, though not a lawyer, works with the Lawyers Committee; and Richard along with other architects and engineers is helping inform the Grand Jury about evidence proving the WTC high-rises were taken down not by plane crash induced fires, but by controlled demolitions with explosives.)…


Ed Asner, Lawyers Committee celebrate a step toward 9/11 justice

By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor Ed Asner, Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, is celebrating an important step towards 9/11 truth and justice. According to Asner and the Committee, U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman has announced that the Department of Justice will comply with 18 USC Section 3332 regarding the Lawyers’ Committee’s Petition. That means that a Special Grand Jury should soon be seated to launch an independent investigation of the unsolved crimes of September 11, 2001, beginning with the apparent explosive demolition of the World Trade Center complex including its three skyscrapers. Asner, one of the…


Mick Harrison of Lawyers Committee for 9/11 Inquiry on today’s Grand Jury Petition announcement

  Listen HERE Mick Harrison of  the Lawyers Committee for 9/11 Inquiry discusses the Grand Jury Petition announced today at the press conference on the steps of City Hall in New York. (Read the Petition’s  executive summary and full text.) The petition’s 54 pages and 57 exhibits address the evidence falsifying the government’s official story of the destruction of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers. In this interview we discuss the Petition, its prospects for success, and back-up plans in case of possible setbacks. Other topics include 9/11 survivors’ lawsuits against Saudi Arabia under the JASTA act (recently given a legal…